REUTERS Ukraine boosted natural gas imports by 43.8%, or 2.72 billion cubic meters (bcm), in January-September 2019 year-over-year, to 11.603 bcm. Over the period under review, Ukraine imported gas from Europe only, the operator of the gas transmission system, state-run Ukrtransgaz, has reported. Read alsoGas transit via Ukraine 1.3% up in Jan-Sept 2019 In particular, according to Ukrtransgaz, Ukraine bought 7.293 bcm through the Slovak gas transport corridor, while supplies from Poland and Hungary were 1.11 bcm and 3.25 bcm, respectively. As UNIAN reported earlier, Ukraine reduced natural gas imports by 24.6%, or by 3.46 bcm, in 2018 from 2017, to 10.59 bcm. Ukraine late in November 2015 stopped buying natural gas from Russia&#39;s Gazprom.